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Pure Legal faces professional negligence...

Posted in Professional Negligence on 15th Jun 2022
Clients have been left out of pocket after the firm collapsed into administration late last year. Read more to understand what redress is available for individuals affected and why. What is ‘struck out’? If a claimant's case is struck out, they will no longer be able to pursue their cause of action and they will lose the opportunity to a remedy, such as compensation. They will be obliged to pay their opponent’s legal costs as well as their own. If a solicitor's mistake is the cause of the strike out, this will give rise to a claim for professional...

Plastic Surgery Claims

Posted in Medical Negligence on 4th Aug 2022
Plastic surgery and the stats Making the decision to have any form of cosmetic procedure is not one that is taken easily. It is a stressful and daunting process for individuals, which if something goes wrong can be devastating. Like any surgery, cosmetic surgery comes with risks but the last thing expected from your surgeon is negligence which is why the effects of negligent cosmetic surgery can not only affect you physically but could also impact you emotionally, especially when the outcome of your treatment is not what you expected. Whilst the...

Enforcement of International Assets in Divorce...

Posted in Family & Divorce on 12th Jul 2022
What is an international asset? Often in marriages, either spouse can have international assets overseas. This can include properties abroad, such as holiday homes, investment property, bank accounts or shareholdings in another country. These can be held jointly or in one spouse’s sole name. During financial proceedings arising from divorce, details of all assets in the UK and abroad must be disclosed. International assets can be included in the final order made following financial settlement proceedings. Enforcement of the court order Following...

Are third party claims affecting your divorce?

Posted in Family & Divorce on 4th Jul 2022
Third party claims in divorce and financial proceedings In most cases, divorce involves dealings between two spouses only. However, there are occasions where third parties can become involved in divorce matters. A financial remedy order binds only the parties to proceedings. Therefore, if there are disputes regarding the ownership of particular assets or the extent of ownership, it may be necessary to add a third party to the proceedings to ensure that the order will also be binding upon them. In some cases, there may be third parties who claim...
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